The Atheist Community of Austin believes that knowledge and understanding are two
of the most important tools we can use to combat the rising tide of fundamentalism
that is threatening to engulf the country. One way in which we help people to learn
about and understand atheism and religion is to make available a library of books,
video tapes, online articles and more on these and other topics of interests.
Here, we've collected links to web pages that are of interest to atheists. We
invite suggestions for additional links.
We have assembled a number of articles on various topics, including some written by our members.
Some of these links will take you off site to other places you may find you enjoy visiting.
Complete back copies of our newsletters, The Austin Atheist,
Atheist Community News, and The Atheist. It's is generally
produced once a month, although it has been spotty at times.
ACA Press releases are official communications to the media and the greater
The ACA maintains a library of books, videos and newsletters of interest to atheists. Members
can check out any item in the library by simply contacting the librarian and arranging to pick
it up. Non-members are welcome to ask that any printed item be brought to our weekly
meeting, but they will not be allowed to check anything out.
Have you ever wanted to have a celebration but didn't have a reason? We're assembling a calendar which
marks important secular occasions that deserve recognition. It also includes darker, more negative events
in the history of religion, for those times people need to be reminded of the evil of dogma.
This is a brand new project, so the calendar is still mostly empty. If you have
any good dates to add, please send them to the web master.
From the officers:
The ACA Lecture Series continues Sunday, December 8th at 12:15pm with activist Zack Kopplin talking about "Fighting Creationism in Louisiana and Now Texas". The lecture will be held at the Austin History Center, 9th and Guadalupe. The building opens at noon.